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I. Introduction In 2007, Rā’id al-Sharqāwī, a retired Egyptian coast guard intelligence officer, provided former intern Maria Rezzonico figures on the number of Copts in Egypt by governorate. These numbers were never published and so, in December of 2011, Ra’ed was interviewed once more to compile...
On November 28, the first round of the elections for Egypt's parliament (the People's Assembly or Majlis Al-Sha'b), start in Egypt. The Egyptian parliament will consist of 498 members. Of these, a third of the seats (166 members) are elected by absolute majority vote in their own electoral district...
Dr. Fatmah Sayīd Ahmad began the interview with Major General Abū Bakr al-Jindī, President of the Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics (CAPMAS), by asking that all the statistics that were prohibited former regime, related to the census of Christians and Nubians in Egypt, be made...
AWR's Managing Director Hānī Labīb writes an article about his experience in Maspero when he visited the Copts protest, protesting against Imbābah incidents where two churches were burned by salafists.  
 The parliament elections witness a struggle between the famous candidates.
In the context of efforts to end a vengeance dispute, Sohag Security Apparatus cooperated with a number  of Muslim families to create a final reconciliation between two Christian families at Jirjā center.
A fresh Fitnah Ṭā’ifīyah took place in al-Marāghah city in Sohag after rumors circulated by a Christian teacher that his preparatory school headmistress, Na'īmah Wahīb, severely attacked the Prophet Muhammad and tore the Qurān in front of the students and teachers.
AWR's managing director Hānī Labīb visited Tahrīr square and closeby Maspero (Egyptian Television building) on March 11, 2011 where a large (uncounted) number of protestors and demonstrators from many governorates were: Muslims and Christians, young and old, and men and women came to unify their...
This year’s parliamentary elections are seeing a fair amount of religious currents as the Muslim Brotherhood attempts to reclaim its eighty-eight seats, and sūfīs and sharīfs decide to participate for the first time. The article talks about the districts for which each has chosen to compete, as...

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